Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
As with AndroidTO conferences in the past, you can expect a group of speakers sharing insight into the latest technologies and techniques, representing companies and and organizations that are defining our future.
The AndroidTO Alumni of speakers includes an incredible roster from companies such as Google, Tumblr, Cyanogen, Facebook, 500px, Adobe, just to name a few...
Know someone who would knock our socks off this year? Let us know by filling out the AndroidTO 2016 Speaker Nomination form.
This year's event will again feature workshop options for attendees looking for a hands-on experience with some of the technologies on display.
Marcos Paulo DamascenoAndroid Expert
Marcos is a passionate developer from Brazil who has been working with Android since 2010. He loves simple and beautiful UX and UI and is always focused on important small details and what makes mobile apps great. He is passionate about startups and tries his best to help early stage startups build great Android apps and awesome products. He is also a Google Expert in Android.
Marcos is actively involved in the community, organizing the GDG in Montreal, speaking at many conferences around the world and being a mentor in events like Startup Weekends, Google Launchpad Accelerators and various hackathons. Since moving to Montreal in 2013, Marcos has developed great apps for large companies and startups in Canada working for Mirego. One of those apps reached the global market with more than 500k downloads.
Andrea FalconeSenior Software Engineer, Twitter
Andrea Falcone is a Senior Software Engineer at Twitter. She has worked on many parts of Fabric, building the Android tooling, including Android Studio Plugin, Crashlytics Android SDK, Gradle plugin and Beta by Crashlytics. She is currently working on fastlane, an open source release process automation suite.
How would you like 2 extra hours of your time back every week? All mobile app developers face similar workflows as they work to upload an app to the Play Store. Many of these processes are currently done manually, but why not automate them? Fabric’s set of developer tools, collectively called fastlane, makes building, testing, and releasing your app faster, reproducible and less troublesome, leaving developers more time to focus on feature code and not deployment! Learn how you can automate the tedious tasks to generate release notes, screenshots using screengrab and push your final submission straight to the Google Play portal effortlessly from your command line using supply with a powerful open source tool.
Yufeng GuoDeveloper Advocate, Cloud Platform
Yufeng has been building computers since elementary school and lives at the intersection of hardware and software. As a Google Developer Advocate, Yufeng bridges the gap between the developer community and engineering teams.
He is interested in combining IoT devices, big data, and machine learning, and loves learning new technologies. When he's not tinkering, you can find him running on the road or the track training for his next race. You can find him on Twitter at @YufengG.